Emily & Jamie tied the knot at Bryngarw Country House in Bridgend. The house is believed to be a 15th century farmhouse and is set within the country park. Bryngarw Country House, as well as having beautiful grounds with plenty of room for children to run off some energy around the venue, it also has a lovely wooded area that made a perfect backdrop for photographs. The house is stunning on the inside too.
The couple exchanged their vows in the beautiful French antique styled ceremony suite complete with chandeliers, which is filled with natural light. The bar has ‘Peaker blinders’ vibes with blue walls and leather chesterfields. The newlyweds had their reception in the lovely conservatory space which is airy and flooded with natural light. Definitely something to bear in mind when you’re looking for your venue, is to note how much natural light there is; the more light the better, in order to get that beautiful natural image without the use of any harsh flash. The night ended with the happy couple cutting into their Alice in Wonderland themed cake and their guests throwing some shapes on the dance floor. Congratulations Emily & Jamie!
Bridgend Documentary Wedding Photographer
Venue: Bryngarw Country House. https://www.bryngarwhouse.com/en/wedding/
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Bridgend Natural Documentary Wedding Photographer